Yamatricabuto

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    Yamatricabuto @ Mount Takao

Basic information

Flower Name
Yamatricabuto
Formal Name
Aconitum japonicum thunb.
Alias
Habitat
Japan, Korea, China
Morph
Years of grass

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What is Yamatricabuto

Yamatricabuto (scientific name:Aconitum japonicum Thunb.) is annual grass growing in the mountains. of the ranunculaceae family ". It is one of the variants of aconite (scientific name: Aconitum L.) which grows in the mountains of Kanto to Central of Japan. Curved stems and the leaves are palmate with 3 to 5 deep cleft. Eboshi purple flower are sepals in flowers are hidden, invisible.All grass known toxic, pollen is poisonous.

General name: Yamatrikabuto (chicken helmet),Scientific name:Aconitum japonicum Thunb.,Origin: Japan, Korea, China, Habitat: Northeast Honshu-phyllotaxis in Central, environment: wet wild life type: perennial plant: 100-150 cm, the deep cleft leaf: 3-5 palmate, odor-free, glossy,: alternate, flower-shaped corymbs, Corolla length is 4 cm, flower color: blue-violet flowers: flowers of the eboshi looks like five sepals. , Real petals can't see two in the flowering time: August-October, root color: white, fruit shaped bag fruits, pistil of 3: number of stamens note many stamens colors: dark purple, note: young leaves is similar to. All grass highly toxic.

Detailed information

Order
Ranunculales
Family
Ranunculales
Genus
Aconitum
Species
A. japonicum Thunb.
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Corymb
Petal shape
Kamen
Leaf type
Palmate
Leaf edge
incision
Flowering place
Low mountain
Color
Blue, Violet
Season
AugSepOct
Height
100 ~ 150 [cm]
Diameter
3 ~ 4

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